The Gobbler is a great way to use your Thanksgiving leftovers. You can substitute cranberry sauce for the tapenade and day-old green bean casserole for the fried shallots and green beans. But what makes this recipe great is that it gives you the opportunity to celebrate Thanksgiving year-round.
Cranberry loves citrus, and this simple bubbly cocktail by Mark Raymond marries the two perfectly.
Here’s our party mood bath, a bowl of good cheer based on the original 1790 “Fish House Punch” recipe regularly served in Philadelphia and, who knows, a possible explanation for the brilliance of the U.S. Constitution. Careful, this Joyful Party Punch, created by our cocktail contributor Anthony DeSerio, goes down easily. We suggest this one’s […]
From Faith: I know and fully appreciate how lucky I am—that I can call up our frequent contributor, Connecticut bartender Anthony DeSerio, and request that he make whatever’s floating around in my imagination. This time, boozy, fruit-based popsicles came to mind as an entertaining way to enjoy a cocktail with your friends; we think this could […]
The Slim Shady cocktail won the silver at the 5th annual Martini Competition. It was created by Rob Martin from Double Tree by Hilton, Bristol.
You know me—I love easy, delicious cocktails, and I have a festive seasonal sparkler this time to get your Thanksgiving rolling. Pair together cranberry juice, vodka and champagne, and your guests will be having too much fun to notice you forgot to defrost the turkey. Serve your drinks in chilled martini glasses; simply run your […]